With the development of New Media and implementation of innovative communication channels, we face new challenges and changes in media in our societies. Regulatory and self-regulatory practices need to be an obligation and priority of all professionals that intend to improve communication in society.
How to make communication interesting, appropriated, widely available and ethical?
Personal affinities, preferences and talent expression enable creation of quality communication, however there exists a plethora of reasons that can lead communication in the wrong direction. Advance the capabilities that will connect, network and unite your opinions, which will result in new communication solutions, ideas as well as newly attained skills. Your ideas can potentially be transformed into great projects, but if you fail to communicate them the right way, they will not truly come to life.
Are you satisfied with your presentation in public, the visibility and recognition of your work among the public? Do you desire to be recognizable, or do you care about the opinion of particular groups? Do people trust you; do they consider you to be transparent? Do they have access to your available resources and the ways you allocate those?
Quality communication can be achieved through effective and deliberate public relations with clearly defined aims, engagement of PR Experts and the development of partnerships with the media. Strategic planning of communications builds recognition and credibility with respect to your consistency, ethics and transparency.
Our mission is advancement and stimulation of activities geared towards networking and communication whilst respecting ethics and regulations. We connect media and create communication. We also coordinate and participate in the implementation of current and future scientific and cultural projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Southeastern European region.
In order to express our ideas and create high quality projects we need to constantly motivate the development of communication skills, especially through topics such as:
• Presentation skills & rhetoric
• Communication and presentation skills
• TV training, public speaking and media relations
• Responsibility associated with public speaking
• Communication in team building
• Crisis communication
• Interpersonal communication within NGOs
• Culture, and the etiquette of written and spoken communication
• Argumentation and verbal confrontation
• The reputation and the character of the NGO
• Use of the New Media
• Creation of specialized web services and digital platforms
• Distribution of audio-visual content via social media
• Implementation of integrated communication strategies